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Tomasson returns to Feyenoord on a free

Feyenoord are set to complete the free transfer signing of Jon Dahl Tomasson from Spanish outfit Villarreal.

The Denmark international will return for a second stint at De Kuip having been a key member of the Feyenoord side that won the Eredivisie in 1999 and the 2002 UEFA Cup.

The 31-year-old, who has also played for AC Milan, Stuttgart and Newcastle, is expected to pen a three-year deal later on Wednesday.

A statement on their website read: 'The striker [Tomasson] has had his medical without a problem and he will be presented on Wednesday afternoon in De Kuip to the media, together with already signed Karim el Ahmadi.'

Meanwhile, defender Andre Bahia has signed a contract extension that will keep him in Rotterdam until June 2012.

The 24-year-old Brazilian joined the club in 2005 and has been a regular at the heart of the defence since.

'I have always said that I wanted to stay at Feyenoord as long as possible,' Bahia said. 'I feel at home at the club and in Rotterdam. I want to grow further with Feyenoord to a higher level.'

The club's technical director, Peter Bosz, believes that there is more to come from Bahia.

'Andre is a defender on which a coach can always rely,' Bosz said. 'It's not for nothing that he is the player with the most games played to his name in the last few years at Feyenoord.

'Both myself and (coach) Gertjan Verbeek find that we can get a lot more out of Bahia. He is already reasonably experienced and physically strong, but he is still only 24 years old.'


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